tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC October 7, 2016 11:35pm-12:38am EDT
>> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, the cast of "masterminds." zach galifianakis, owen wilson. kristen wiig. plus jimmy versus tim kaine. with music from the lumineers. and now, back by popular demand, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. thank you for joining us. tonight the main event from hofstra university in hempstead,
hillary clinton in the first of three presidential debates. it was a long 90 minutes. but the results are in. and not a single voter changed their mind. [ laughter ] a huge waste of time. it's very hard to believe that there are still undecided voters. the choice is pretty orange and white. [ laughter ] this was expected to be the most-watched debate ever. the ratings were expected to rank up with the finale of "cheers," the finale of "m.a.s.h.," for real. makes sense, in a way this election feels like the series finale of america. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i watched a lot of analysis. the experts said in order to win, hillary clinton had to project an image of competence, experience, wisdom, health, and vitality, without coming off as angry, bookish, or overbearing. donald trump had to not mention
so i feel like this should have been -- this would have been better on pay per view. you can bet on this like a sporting event. not on the winner, the winner won't be announced until tomorrow night's results show but you can make a prop bet on things like will donald trump mention bill clinton? yes was the favored. you had to bet $210 to win $100 for yes. will hillary clinton mention melania trump? yes, bet $100 to win $300. this is for real. total number of times the word racist or racism is used by either candidate, over 2 1/2 times, 165 to win $100, under 2 1/2 times -- it's complicated. number of times the word liar or lying is used by either candidate, over 5 1/2 $135, under 5 1/2 plus 105. another yes/no, will trump say
what will the candidates do when they meet onstage for the first time? shake hands, no embrace, you have to bet $350 to win $100 on that. no physical contact with each other, 100. if they don't touch, 350. hug with no kiss, plus 400. hug and kiss on the cheek, $100 to win $800. ha if you bet $100 you win the trump hotel of your choice. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i don't think there are too many people who would disagree this has been and is the most controversial and heated election of our lifetimes. the stakes are very high. especially for clinton and trump, who you know, whoever wins in november will get to do things like this. this is president obama today. being decked out by native americans at the white house.
conference. usually obama has a strict no headwear policy. but you see very clearly this is a man who does not give a rat's ass anymore. [ cheers and applause ] i mean, really. you know, this debate was a major television event. and there's pressure to appear to know what's going on, to be informed. so we went on the streets and asked people what they thought night. it's tonight. and this was done hours before the candidates took the stage. so there's no way any of these people should have an opinion on what happened. but did that stop them from weighing in? oh, no, it did not. in this special debate edition of "lie witness news." >> the big news is last night's debate. who do you think did a better job, hillary clinton or donald trump?
donald trump had his valid points as well. >> what impressed you the most about hillary clinton's performance last night at the debate? >> impressed me? >> her poise, her confidence? >> i liked her poise. i liked her poise. she was very poiseful. >> what did you think of that moment when donald trump challenged hillary to do pullups on the pullup bar he brought out? >> i thought it was funny. because, i mean, come on, hillary -- i could barely do a pullup. >> but she did. >> yeah, right, so she proved him wrong. he's just like -- kind of ignorant. he's all about like showcasing. >> were you surprised last night during the debate when donald trump said he'd only use nuclear weapons if he was real pissed off? >> that will be more than just his call. he's going to have some good advisers. i think that will work out. >> were you surprised when
clinton, liar, liar, pantsuit on fire? >> wasn't that expected, though? i saw it on social media. so he's acting as always. >> was it cute after the closing statements they gave each other that cute little kiss that peck on the lips? >> barely. it was. like it showed that there's like peace between the two parties. but it kind of was fake. >> yeah. kind of like the entire debate. >> right. >> which didn't happen. >> right. so -- i mean -- you just never know. >> i mean, right now i'm really confused. >> no, no, wait -- yeah, what'd you say? >> i said that the debate didn't happen. >> oh. >> what about donald trump's debate spoke to you? >> made his points clearly, honestly, showed more leadership than i expected. >> is honesty important to you and your son? >> it is to both of us. >> do you have an honest dad? >> yeah.
>> jimmy: as you may know, i am currently in the midst of an historic run to be the next vice president of the united states. of america. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] i am running without a mate. i am mateless. neither of the candidates picked me. which was a mistake. they both admitted that privately. just because i did not get tapped, just because my name isn't on a bumper sticker with quite the contrary. let me tell you something about me. when other people give up, i get up. when other people concede, i proceed. that's right. when they throw in the towel, i go on the prowl. [ cheers and applause ] when they wave the white flag -- have i -- should i keep going? i'm not on anyone's ticket but i'm not sitting down. i issued a challenge to hillary
head, and he accepted on one condition, we had to find a neutral site. after a lot of back and forth we found a place we could both agree on. buffalo wild wings. game on! senator, we finally meet. >> i do feel a little bad that i've been in your way. >> jimmy: and you should. >> it's good to sit down and hash it out a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah, i like that. i'm a person that likes to sit down and hash things out. especially if we have chicken wings in the middle of us. so -- i mean, what's your plan for the country? >> well, you know, stronger together. hillary and i, we got a good plan to build an economy that works for all -- >> jimmy: hillary and i would have a good plan too. >> i'm always into good ideas. we got to win this thing. any advice for me? >> jimmy: i propose that we have the monday after super bowl off. from work. super bowl monday. how's that hit you?
>> jimmy: i wish you had too. i believe we all wish you had. >> it would be very popular if we could do that. >> jimmy: it would be very popular. it's why i thought of it. where do you stand on social media? >> you know, i'm not exactly the most savvy guy. i'm kind of a -- >> jimmy: my thought on that is we're spending too much time on it as a country, it's affecting our productivity. i think you get two posts a day, that's it. more than two? for each time you spend one day in county jail. >> can i maybe improve your plan a little bit? >> two a day but with an exception for unlimited if it's about sports or if there's animals in it. >> jimmy: i'll give you sports. i don't want to see more of people's pets. >> you don't, okay. >> jimmy: it's enough already. >> it gets old. >> jimmy: during march madness, isn't it weird that gambling is illegal? shouldn't we maybe have a amnesty period then? >> yeah, i mean, i think that makes a lot -- you know. join a march madness pool, i know i do. >> jimmy: you're violating the law?
joining one, i would be. >> jimmy: you're not betting? you never gambled illegally? >> if i was betting when i did it, it would be violation of the law. >> jimmy: i see, you're a bit of an outlaw, interesting. phone books. the yellow pages. how is this still happening? >> how is it still happening? do you ever say, man, i'm being sued for libel and fraud, i better go to the yellow pages. >> you don't even find escorts there anymore. >> i do. i mean -- >> jimmy: trust me on this. >> i will trust you. >> jimmy: water fountains. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: when was the last time you drank out of a water fountain? >> i would say probably at elementary school. >> jimmy: stickers on fruit. where do you stand on those? >> i've -- >> jimmy: i probably have 1,300 stickers on my body right now from apples. >> are you supposed to get the sticker and trace it to its point of origin? i thought it mattered to some of
from. >> jimmy: yeah, no, we need to know which tree it was. very organic here. yes. how often do you go to concerts? >> i go to maybe four, five a year. >> jimmy: my idea is, concert audiences would be organized by height. short people in the front. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> yeah? but then hold up the phone and tape it? you get sent to the back. >>. you about that. i don't have an argument. >> jimmy: i didn't think you would because it makes perfect sense. it's called common sense. something i have a lot of. i feel right now like you would vote for me for vice president. >> you know, i frankly think you are probably superior to me. it's just that when hillary's making a choice, she had a couple of criteria. looks was a big important thing to her. >> jimmy: was it? >> there are other things. that was one of the things she said. >> jimmy: i never thought about that, yeah. wow. i think there's only one way for us to settle this. >> wing-eating contest? >> jimmy: no. >> no?
>> if that's the way it's going to be. >> jimmy: that is the way it's going to be. >> okay. let's see here. >> jimmy: oh. i'm already outgunned. >> all right. okay. do you want to start? >> jimmy: let me have it. ? ? >> jimmy: i get it, i get it, it's very cute. >> it's called "democratic donkey." ? ? >> oh my gosh. ? ? >> all right, i got to call hillary. >> yeah, give her a call. ? ? >> oh my gosh. is this who i think this is? >> jimmy: that is who you think it is.
man. >> jimmy: if you want to jam we should do it, right? ? ? ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to tim kaine, he was very gracious. john popper too. we have a great show, zach galifianakis, owen wilson, kristen is on the roof of our building. hi, kristen. don't jump! i know it's very hot, i'm sorry you're up there. but over on the other building across the street are zach and owen. when we come back, we're going to play "long distance charades." stick around, we'll be right back!
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for public education. please vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools. >> jimmy: hi, there. we're on the roof. this is kristen wiig. i'm jimmy, you saw me earlier. right now zach galifianakis and owen wilson are all the way across the street on top of the hollywood highland compl. hi, guys. >> how you doing? >> jimmy: doing great, it's like 185 degrees on this roof, are you okay? >> it's cool over here, we're getting a great breeze. >> a nice cross-breeze going, nice. something about the beach i think. >> jimmy: you may never see this again depending how it goes. it's called long distance charades.
team. zach and i form the other team. guillermo will be our referee. guillermo, where are you? >> guillermo: here i am. >> jimmy: there he is. okay. please explain the rules to us. >> guillermo: the name the game is long distance charades. >> jimmy: okay. >> guillermo: each team will have 10 seconds to act out a title to your teammate. when we're running out of time you will hear a gong. whoever gets most wins the game. okay? >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay. >> jimmy: i didn't understand any of that, basically it's charades and we're on the roof. >> do you have the white shirt on? >> jimmy: that's me in the white shirt, that's me. >> i can't make it out. >> jimmy: i'm going to take a movie title from the fish bowl. >> guillermo: get your binoculars ready. ready, set, charade!
>> three, thanks. hold on i'm getting the shakes. he's driving. okay, driving. you're juggling. you're making tea. >> i know it, i already know it! >> hold on. you're making tea -- the tea party! there is an earthquake going on? i'm getting the shakes. >> oh, god. hold on. hank aaron! hank aaron's tea party! >> think about golf. like he's hitting a ball. >> golf cart! >> no, no. no, like -- like he's -- you know. >> guillermo: 10 seconds! >> how many seconds, guillermo? >> guillermo: 10 seconds! >> jimmy: i don't know what else to do. >> morgan freeman!
>> i totally had that one. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> that was good. >> jimmy: thanks. who goes next, guillermo? >> guillermo: okay, owen. pull a title from the fish bowl. >> kristen, go, binoculars. >> guillermo: ready, set, charade! >> you're being scary? oh my god, i can't hold these straight. >> i know it. >> you showed me the word. >> okay, do it again. scream? "scream." >> jimmy: "scream" is a movie. >> sky? look at the ceiling. >> how do you do this? this is a tough one. >> you can do sounds like. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, do a sounds like. >> but what does this sound like?
okay, sounds like -- three syllables. first one, alphabet -- >> guillermo: 10 seconds! >> i can't see the fingers. >> [ bleep ]. >> horror, scream -- >> yeah. yeah, yeah. >> sigourney weaver. >> jimmy: what was it? >> "aliens." i was pointing at the sky. >> i wasn't giving. >> jimmy: you should have pointed at guillermo. i think part of the problem is we're so far away. >> you think? >> jimmy: yeah. >> guillermo: kristen, pick a movie. owen, get your binoculars. >> i pick a movie. >> jimmy: yes, then show to it me as well. >> i can read lips. >> jimmy: all right. >> guillermo: ready, set, charade! >> first word.
two words. up, thumbs up. >> i know it. >> thumbs up. up, sky. a puppet? knocking. it's two words? the movie's two words and you're knocking. now you're like -- sex? humping? what is that? oh, first word -- is knock. knock. second word. sky. knockout. knockout! knock, knock, knock up? knockout? "knocked up"? >> jimmy: you guys got it, yeah. >> got it! whoo! >> guillermo: wow, they got it. >> that was hard. >> jimmy: it's that we're so far away.
>> guillermo: zach, pick a movie. jimmy, get your binoculars. >> jimmy: zach, you look great, you look like you lost a lot of weight. >> wrong again. >> jimmy: oh. all right, i'm ready to go. >> show me. oh! >> you ready? >> this is a good one. >> guillermo: set, charade! >> jimmy: two words. it's a film. it's aov guns? shooting? >> do on the nose, on the nose. >> jimmy: shoot-out. gun. >> do on the nose. he got it. second word is? >> jimmy: second word is -- >> no, first word, you got the second.
sky gun. "top gun." yeah! "top gun." >> good one. >> guillermo: they got it. it's tied 1-1. >> jimmy: what do we do when we're tied? >> guillermo: we're tied. it is time for sudden death round. >> jimmy: sudden death round? should we go over the side? >> guillermo: for a final movie, kristen will guess. >> jimmy: okay. and so you guys, whoever of us guesses first -- >> okay, tell us when to start. >> jimmy: zach, you can start now. owen, you can start later. >> guillermo: ready, set, charade! >> go? >> jimmy: go. one word. >> one word. >> jimmy: flap. wing. >> "jaws."
oh, just -- i lost? >> now what happens? >> jimmy: zach, we lost. now i think we should go downstairs. >> wait, we won? >> jimmy: you guys won. >> oh, great. >> jimmy: it's not as exciting when you're on the roof. downstairs it's easier. the audience went home. all right, when we come back, we have music from lumineers. we'll be right back with zach, owen and kristen.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. well. >> it's hot! >> jimmy: all right. after being wind burnt on the roof. [ cheers and applause ] >> really nice. >> jimmy: i wonder if we can do the whole segment without talking, just prompting the audience to scream. >> more interesting, maybe. >> jimmy: have you guys played games before? was this the first time? >> have we played games? >> that's your first question? >> you guys ever gone to the toilet? >> jimmy: you're right. >> not from so far away. >> jimmy: i meant together but that's better. >> long-distance charades. it's kind of amped. >> jimmy: that's some teammate you are. you attack me right out of the
i forgot. >> jimmy: that's why they call him attack galifianakis. >> could you see me? >> jimmy: i could kind of see you. may i ask? why do you have a stopwatch on? >> oh, i have a stopwatch because it's the three of us, i wanted to make sure we had equal time. [ laughter ] >> owen's 45 seconds. >> jimmy: are you measuring everyone's time? >> i'm owed 22 more seconds. >> jimmy: owen, i don't want to make the time lopsided. longest commute. you came in from paris to be here. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for that. you were at a wedding? >> have you ever been on a plane before? [ laughter ] assuming he took a plane. >> one minute you're looking at the eiffel tower, the next you're playing long-distance
kind of an existential quality to the game. >> jimmy: do you think there is? >> just that you're so far away. you can't get to the people. and i didn't know what to do with "aliens," just seemed impossible. it felt like life. and who was the referee? it felt like something out of a dream. >> jimmy: guillermo, and thanks for watching the show. >> you're the host, right? >> we couldn't see him, we never saw him. it was a disembodied voice. j didn't know that, all right. >> i couldn't see you. >> now i put the face with the voice. >> jimmy: you'd never recognize that voice. that could be any game show announcer from anywhere, really. >> i thought it was rick martindale. too young, too young. [ laughter ] >> google it. >> jimmy: you guys shot this film in north carolina, which is, zach, you live in north carolina.
i thought you had a farm or something? >> i did. >> jimmy: what happened? >> i don't know how to farm. [ laughter ] turns out i didn't know what i was doing. no -- >> jimmy: you had a tractor? blueberries. >> donkeys, swimming holes, pond, it's all gone. >> jimmy: how far were you from your now-former residence? >> two and a half hours, about. >> jimmy: did you like being in north carolina? it seems like such -- >> asheville, great town. >> we loved it. >> what do you talk about? >> it would be great to do a press junket for asheville. >> kristen, go ahead. talk about asheville. >> okay. it's a lovely place. great people. >> asheville! sorry. >> i feel like that the majority of people that followed the dead around, when that stopped, they all went like, maybe we should go to asheville. >> jimmy: is that right? >> i feel like they all just like followed each other and now they live there. >> jimmy: are there like
center of town every friday night. >> jimmy: for real? >> yes, for real. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. >> i remember seeing you playing the bongos in the center of town. i don't know if it was a drum circle. >> i was just doing that. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it technically isn't a drum circle if you're alone. >> i like to put on disguises and play instruments in public. >> jimmy: speaking of something interesting you did while you were there, i love this idea. whose idea was this? >> it was zach's. okay, so we were hanging out. we kind of made a joke that we well, he made the joke. for the crew. >> for the crew, for the cast and crew. >> about us. >> about us, let them know what we were up to on the weekends. i said it kind of as a joke. the next day i go to kristen's hotel, she's on the floor with cutouts, scissors. >> i took it seriously. >> jimmy: do you mind if i show it? >> it's called "the actor's gazette." they normally say acting first, news second. >> jimmy: how many of these did you put out?
it says, who am i? answer on page 3. then you go to page 3 and that's who that is. >> this guy, this gentleman here, he protested the movie. i can't remember why. but he was protesting our movie. kristen went to interview him. >> jimmy: and? do you remember why? >> something about tax, taxpayers -- >> not acting. crackups. with -- zach would always do a crossword puzzle. >> you named the "c" word. >> jimmy: you put together the crossword? >> yeah. >> jimmy: would it be a themed crossword puzzle? >> it would be for movie production. >> number 7, a producer does this. >> nothing. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> nothing! >> it's really dumb. >> jimmy: i like it. >> a staff page of people who
then we did horoscopes. advice columns. >> i reviewed a restaurant. twice. >> jimmy: you did? >> same restaurant. two different days. >> jimmy: same restaurant twice? >> it was bojangles. i reviewed it one day, then the next edition i reviewed the drive-through. >> yeah. we would have cast updates. like this guy. >> jimmy: did the people at bojangles -- >> al cappuccino. >> robert de niro. >> jimmy: did the people at >> i don't know how this happened but the next day a hummer with 300 chicken pieces showed true that bojangles. >> chicken pieces? >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, when we were filming at that house, a hummer comes -- >> it had bojangles on it. >> payola. >> jimmy: they gave you chicken? >> pieces of chicken, yeah. >> jimmy: you must have -- >> there it is right there. >> jimmy: bojangles hummer
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they have a hummer? wow. this is really great. i'm very impressed by this. >> it was something that like every wednesday i'm like -- >> jimmy: you got to do it. what did you do? >> owen? >> jimmy: owen, yeah. >> what did i do? i brought a lot nt i was your biggest supporter. >> jimmy: that's important. >> also the manager of personalities a little bit. yeah. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. the movie is "masterminds." the cast is with us. we'll be right back! what is that? man, i don't know. ask google!
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as in i pull the strings. >> i think he means stromboli. >> what did you call me? >> gepetto is a wood carver, stromboli was the puppeteer. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: jack galifianakis kristen wiig, and the back of owen wilson in "masterminds." which is very funny. i got to tell you something. in the beginning it says it's based on a true story and i assume that's a joke until we it's not a joke, that this crazy, terrible robbery was actually committed and was one of the biggest robberies ever, right? >> yeah. >> the second-biggest heist in bank robbery history, i think. >> jimmy: $17 million? >> yes, 17 million. >> jimmy: each of your characters is based on a real human being? >> yes. >> jimmy: and did you meet all of your counterparts? >> i didn't meet mine.
she'll love it. [ laughter ] yeah, i didn't meet her. >> owen, did you meet yours? >> no, i didn't meet the guy i was playing. >> jimmy: would you like to meet him one day? i'm going to end with zach, i saw a photograph of the two of you together at the end the movie. >> right. >> jimmy: what's the guy's name? >> david gant. nice guy. nice, nice man. i had to tell him every time, after each take, you know i'm [ laughter ] we're hoping that he robs another bank for a sequel. [ laughter ] yeah, he came to set. he was on set every day. >> jimmy: he came to the show with you tonight? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: he did. where is he? i'd love to get a look at him. meet him. is he around? >> i haven't seen him.
>> jimmy: you look just like him! >> he's just a real person. david, thank you, go back to florida! >> jimmy: well -- >> hollywood's done with you, thank you! >> jimmy: the movie is called "masterminds." it opens in theaters friday. zach galifianakis krn be right back with music from the lumineers! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live concert series" is presented by new crown royal vanilla whiskey. vanilla, so good. the book of life. vie we started doing animation. with the surface book, you can do all this stuff. you can actually draw on the screen.
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? ? ? i was cleopatra i was young and an actress when you knelt by my mattress and asked for my hand ? ? i was sad you asked it as i laid in a black dress with my plans - yeah ? ? and i left the footprints the mud stained on the carpet and it hardened like my heart did when you left town ? ? but i must admit it that i
? damn your wife i'd be your mistress just to have you around ? ? but i was late for this - late for that late for the love of my life ? ? and when i die alone when i die alone when i die i'll be on time - ahh ? ? while the church discouraged any lust that burned within me currency but i held true ? ? so i drive a taxi and the traffic distracts me ? ? from the strangers in my backseat they remind me of you ? ? but i was late for this late for that late for the love of my life ?
time ? ? and the only gifts from my lord were a birth and a divorce ? ? but i've read this script and the costume fits so i'll play my part ? ? i was cleopatra i was taller than the rafters but that's all in the past now gone with the wind ? ? now a nurse in white shoes leads me back to my guest room ? ? it's a bed and a bathroom and a place for the end ?
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>> jimmy: i'd like to thank zach galifianakis, owen wilson and kristen wiig and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, their album is called "cleopatra" - here with the song "ophelia" the lumineers! ? i - i - when i was younger i - i - should have known better ? ? and i can't feel no remorse and you don't feel nothing back ? ? ? ? ? i - i got a new girlfriend he
and you can't see past my blinders ? ? oh - oh - ophelia you've been on my mind girl since the flood ? ? oh - ophelia heaven help a fool who falls in love ? ? ? i - i got a little paycheck you got big plans and you gotta move ? ? and i don't feel nothing at all and you can't feel nothing small ? ? honey i love you that's all she wrote ?
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